Wyoming 17

(1-4, 0-1 MW)

Boise State 33

(3-1, 0-0 MW)

8:05 PM ET, September 27, 2003

Bronco Stadium, Boise, ID

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WYO 7 7 3 017
BSU 7 12 7 733


BOISE, Idaho (Ticker) -- Boise State hopes it started a new winning streak.

Ryan Dinwiddie passed for 285 yards and four touchdowns as the Broncos rebounded from their first loss of the season with a 33-17 victory over Wyoming.

Last week, Boise State (3-1) suffered a 26-24 loss at Oregon State, ending its 13-game run, which had been the second-longest active streak among Division I-A schools.

Casey Bramlet threw TD passes of 63 yards to Malcom Floyd and 41 yards to Josh Barge, helping Wyoming (1-4) take a 14-7 lead early in the second period.

But Boise State scored 12 points in the final 68 seconds on the first half, tying it on Dinwiddie's 23-yard TD strike to Donny Heck. After a safety, Tyler Jones kicked a 22-yard field goal as time expired to give the Broncos a 19-14 lead at the intermission.

Dinwiddie, who completed 27-of-38 passes, threw TD passes of 23 yards to Derek Schouman and 16 yards to Jerry Smith in the second half as Boise State won for the 14th time in its last 15 games.

Despite the early TDs, Bramlet was off the mark most of the night for the Cowboys, completing just 15-of-34 passes for 241 yards. Wyoming was held to just 32 yards on the ground.

The Cowboys have dropped three in a row since a season-opening win over Division I-AA Montana State.

Boise State won for the 28th time in its last 29 home games.